On Thanksgiving, turkeys will adorn close to 90 percent of U.S. dinner tables. But one part of the bird never makes it to the groaning board, or even to the giblet bag: the tail.
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Colorado State University Theatre Professor Laura Jones is taking on a play unlike any she has done in her career.
From Nov. 9 to 11, dance students at the UCA will show audiences a piece of their life, performing dance works from classes department-wide.
Economics Ph.D. Candidate Niroj Bhattarai raises money for gender-specific restrooms in Nepal, documents increases in school attendance, and sets paths for continued research.
Colorado State University’s School of Music, Theatre, and Dance presents Xerxes, written by George Frideric Handel, Oct. 26-29
The CSU Department of Economics is hosting the eighth annual Western States Graduate Student Workshop on Oct. 21.
One of America’s most influential philosophers, Martha Nussbaum, will deliver two lectures at Colorado State University Nov. 10 in the Lory Student Center Theater.
The Gregory Allicar Museum of Art is opening a new installation consisting of reassembled 3-D prints of real homes, all lying within 100 feet of active hydraulic fracturing well pads in Weld County.
After years of research, I came to the conclusion that the sexual politics of Hefner and his magazine were much more complicated than most observers – for or against – have acknowledged.
Carson Black, an anthropology student, volunteered with the La Prele mammoth site archaeological dig over the summer.